Superheroines in Splashy Costumes

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, for his series Splash Heroes, photographs sexy subjects cast as superheroines. Their costumes appear painted on, but actually the medium is far more natural. The "paint" is colored milk. The method of "clothing" the heroines is natural as well, as the color is not edited on, but spashed onto their bodies. The milk, food colored to the desired shades, is subsequently thrown in different directions and sections of the models' bodies in order to mimic the look, flow and drape of real clothing. At that point, the images are layered on top of each other in an editing program to achieve the finished look. The final product is a composite of approximately 200 images. 

Wieczorkiewicz created a calendar of the Splash Heroes, which sold out in only a few days. He plans to make posters of the images available soon. Visit his website to keep an eye on the offerings and to see more of his work. See more images of the Splash Heroes series here. 

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